You'll need to splice the wires in to certain models but it's easy since they are color coded, repaired a GE refrigerator for someone fast though. Works great.
I’ll let you know when I receive my full order. Package arrived missing parts, messaged them about this and they said they were sending replacements. 2 weeks later, still waiting. Not impressed.
Fast delivery! Came in one piece and not damaged! I love it!
Definitely will be doing more biz with my new budz!
Fan is used for cooling electronics in my car and is very quiet and blows lots of air.Im very happy with it and have since bought another fan for a similar purpose.
3 way fan splitter was useful for connecting 3 fans to one fan header. Looks good, nice braiding, works fine.
We contacted this company to help us determine the type of fan we needed for our application. They were extremely helpful and we purchased as suggested. The product came quickly and when we had a question about it and needed some tech-support it was easy to contact somebody and get the answers that we needed.
This is probably the best product to clean up CPUs, GPUs and any gummy heatsinks that need their old thermal paste cleaned up. Isopropyl alchool works great, but this 2 bottles kit has 1 to REALLY clean up the gunk fast and the second bottle to clear up any residue and keep the surface as pristine as possible for your next thermal paste application. I had an issue with this order, and only received bottle #2 from the kit. I contacted Coolerguys and they promptly sent me a free replacement of bottle #1 and bottle #2 (did not even need to send back my bottle so now I have an extra #2 as a bonus). Great customer service guys, really appreciate it!
It's difficult to find fan gaskets of this thickness (they are 1.8mm) which is very thin and exactly what I was looking for. The material is made of what seem to me like sillicon, so very soft and spongy. That is absolutely perfect to prevent vibration between fans and either a shroud or chassis, which will in turn, help a lot for noise cancellation. That being said, most modern computer fans already have built in "anti-vibration pads" on their 4 corners which already does what this gasket is supposed to accomplish. What these built-in pads are NOT doing though is they are elevating the fan by about 1 to 2 mm which leads to an air gap on all four sides of the fan between your fan and case. I used these gaskets by cutting them with a pair of scissor to keep just the "sides" and removing the "corners" to fill in those gaps and sandwich those butchered parts in between the case and the fan. Screw in tightly your fans and these will be sandwiched in place and won't budge. The result? You now have zero air gap between the fan and case which creates a bit of a shroud tunnel that will improve and direct airflow. I wished that fans already had the entire fan perimeter built-in instead of just the 4 corners, but with this solution from coolerguys, I managed to optimize my wind tunnels for perfect airflow and noise cancellation. I probably could have used a sillicon or glue-gun around a normal fan to fill the gaps, but I felt this option was more elegant and easily replaceble in case of a failure. These come either in black or white (more of a transparent white) which was perfect for my need in building a black-build and a white-build computer project with ultimate airflow. Great job coolerguys!
I got this to put on top of my 'trashcan' Nokia modem for TMHI for active cooling. It works great. I 3d printed a shroud and this sits on top. Very good airflow and pressure for its size and voltage. It made a noise for about the first week but is now silent.